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Planning Board Public Hearings

The Planning Board will meet on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 at the Town Hall at 7PM.

Public Hearing at 7PM to take Public Comment on a Home Business Application submitted by Shalla and Sean Melton involving Lot 11-1 Tax Map 20, located at 624 Silver Street in Rollinsford NH. The applicants are proposing a Photography Studio to be operated in an addition to the rear of the current home.

Public Hearing at 7:30 PM to take Public Comment on a Lot Line Adjustment submitted by Vincent and Kathleen Colella of 50 Old Mill Lane in Rollinsford NH.  The application consists of the relocation of the lot line between Tax Map 7 Lots 14 and 15. The proposal would transfer 24.7 acres from Lot 15 to Lot 14. The transfer would increase Lot 14 from 6.5 acres to 31.3 acres and increase Lot 15 from 43.7 acres to 18.9 acres. No additional building lots will be created with this application.

Public Hearing at 8:00 PM to take Public Comment on amendments to the Rollinsford Site Plan Regulations and the Rollinsford Sub-Division Regulations to Comply with the National Flood Insurance Program. Theses updates have been mandated by the state so people in flood prone areas may get flood insurance.

Preliminary Review of a proposed sub-division of a 5.2 acre parcel off of Shady Lane proposed by Jason Lavoie.

Other:

  • Election of Officers.
  • Approval of Minutes
  • Other Business

Adjournment

Click here to view the agenda and supporting documents.

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NH DOT Publishes 2016 List of Red List Bridges

The NH DOT has recently published the 2016 update of municipally-owned red list bridges.  The Old Mill Lane bridge over Rollins Brook remains a red-listed bridge.  Earlier this year the Select Board  requested that the replacement of the temporary bridge (installed in 2013) be placed on the NH DOT state-aid bridge list.  Bridges on this list are jointly funded by the NHDOT and the municipality with the state providing 80% of the costs of design, ROW and construction.  Within the next several months, NH DOT will be providing the town with an estimated project cost for the replacement of the Old Mill Lane bridge.  While the bridge replacement is already on the town’s Capital Improvement Plan the estimated cost has been a wild guess.   We will adjust the CIP with the state’s estimated project costs when we receive them.

Please note that up until 2016, the Oak Street bridge (over the RR tracks) has been a red-listed bridge assigned to Rollinsford.  The Select Board worked with the NHDOT to remove the Oak Street bridge as a municipal-owned bridge and to place it on the state-owned bridge list.

For more details, please see NH DOT Municipal Owned  Red List.  and NH DOT State Owned Red List